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I’ve been wanting to dine at Rockwell & Sons for the longest time but it’s mainly always for their fried chicken. I read on an article one day that their fried chicken was one of the best in Melbourne and is only available on Wednesday evenings. I did think to myself that surely it can’t […]…
A number of weeks ago I attended a blogging event that didn’t turn out as expected and we had to walk out half way, not wanting to waste any more of our time and their food. It doesn’t happen all that much so we were suddenly thrown into a state of despair…where in the world […]…
I was very excited when Yuye and I finally bought our house but little did I consider just how much work (and money) was involved in furnishing the new place. It was especially so when there were clashing views on what we should get. So one day I decided to go out and shop on […]…
Top Paddock opened its doors just over 1.5 years ago and has already become one of Melbourne’s most popular cafes. This was fueled by Melbourne’s love for good food and coffee, but of course its popularity was also founded on an excellence in both and more. Set in a large, modern building amidst designer furniture […]…
When I was young, a strange old lady lived next door to us in Shanghai. I would always comment about her mismatched socks and ‘unique’ dress style but the only reply I have ever received was murmured ‘mind your own business’ in between grunts and sighs. I never really understood why she was so different. […]…
Coming back home after being overseas for so long really overwhelmed me. I felt a sense of pride for this land and maybe for the first time (properly) realised that there’s a combination of delicious foods here that makes Melbourne, and Australia, so different to the rest of the world. There’s something about Melbourne that […]…
After our drinks at Der Raum the other night with WinWin, we decided to venture down the road to The Hungarian for dinner as Der Raum doesn’t have any nibbles. I’ve never had Hungarian food before (apart from the occasional non-traditional orders of goulash at not so Hungarian cafes around Melbourne) so I thought this […]…